When I was doing a little searching in the sewing room this month, I might have come across 2 started mysteries. My computer that had the directions saved off died, so a little sleuthing and I determined that each was a digital pattern available at Quiltville shop! I got both patterns and now just need to start plugging away at them.
Neither project was added to my UFO list this quarter. I doubt either would get finished this quarter anyway!
On Ringo Lake was from 2017 and Grassy Creek was 2020.
It looks like I got to step 2 of On Ringo Lake. I love the colors in this one - peachy orangey coral, teal and brown with neutrals.
I got to step 4 or 5 on Grassy Creek.! I know I have seen these baggies somewhere in my sewing room recently.
These were my colors from the pull (or shopping pull!) I know I have been using some of them so I might need to restock. Good thing it is a scrappy quilt! I swapped her grey for blue on this one.
The girl has been home sick Wednesday through today with a terrible head cold. Let's just say - about 4-5 boxes of kleenex have been used already. She is a little better today but still coughing and blowing so she stayed home and I got her a Dr. appointment this afternoon to get her note to go back to school next week. If they are out 3 days in a row, a parent note is not sufficient, so we need to pay that Dr. co-pay and get a note! Greg will have to take her as I need to go pick up the boy from school.
Greg has been getting dizzy still in the afternoons so hopefully he will be ok to take her. The Dr is about 5 minutes away from our house, vs the 20 minute drive to the school for pick up.
Unfortunately, I have a feeling she has shared her germs with us. I'll have to clorox the house down each day this weekend.
*** Update on Emily. Greg took her to the Dr's. It is not Flu (she had her shot a few weeks ago) and it is not COVID. Just one of the many viruses going around. We got the needed Dr note to get her back into school on Monday with an excused absence. I picked up the boy....who sneezed and blew his nose on the way home. Seems everyone at school is sick! Welcome to winter a wee bit early. I guess those 2 years of home and masking got everyone's immunity down a bit this year.
hope she will be ok - and that Greg finds out why he is dizzy.
I have 3 Bonnie Hunter mysteries I need to work on. I think Frolic just needs borders. Grassy Creek is behind the most. I think I am on step 5 or 6. Last years is all blocks and just needs assembled. I don't know why I don't just finish them up.
Oh sorry to hear of your Early Winter cold woes!!
I started only one BH mystery and was stopped at the sheer number of parts I had to make...the pieces have long been cut up for scrappy quilts...
Hope the rest of your family can dodge that cold...not fun!! Hugs, Julierose
Those are good finds, and even better that you could figure out what quilt pattern you were following! It will be fun to see your progress on them. Hope Emily is better soon, and good luck staying healthy for the rest of you!
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